The Executive Board comprises four third-year students selected by their predecessors in consultation with the Faculty Director. Their collective responsibility is the successful conduct of the curricular and extracurricular components of the Moot Court Program as described below:
Coordinator: The coordinator takes general responsibility for all programs, supervises the invitation of alumni and others to serve as judges and coordinates the schedules of the components of the programs. The coordinator receives neither academic points nor writing credit and is compensated for the academic year.
Director, First-year program: The director takes responsibility for the entire operation of the moot court component of the first-year curriculum. Serves as teaching assistant in L6674 Workshop in Briefcraft and is director of the student editors enrolled therein. The director is the principal contact for first-year students and is primarily responsible for all scheduling, sanctions, the adjudication of hardship and ultimately for the timely filings of briefs and bench memoranda and the conduct of the arguments. The director is compensated for the academic year. The director also receives two academic points in the fall for performance as teaching assistant.
Director, Harlan Fiske Stone program: With the advice and approval of the Faculty Director, this director composes the moot case for argument in the fall and spring rounds. In addition to a suitable record presenting the case, the director writes a comprehensive bench memorandum on the case for distribution to sitting judges. The director also has primary responsibility for scheduling the competition and inviting judges to sit and exercises general supervision of student participation. The director is compensated for the academic year and receives one academic point each term. These credits are subject to a four-credit limit (see Rules for the J.D. Degree, Rule 1.13).
Section Offerings for 2012-13
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